167 Java StreetApt. 1B
Manhattan Avenue / McGuinness Blvd Greenpoint
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- TypeRental Building
- New Development
- Garden apartment
Introducing 167 Java. Designed to enhance the home experience, this new boutique rental development features ideal layouts and 2010 - modifications to create a serious luxurious home experience. Highlights include high-end condo quality finishes such as stainless steel appliances, framed by bright matchbox oak cabinets and grey stone counters, tastefully modern bathrooms with cast iron soaking tubs and hide-a-way pocket doors. Floor to ceiling windows flood each home with bright natural sunlight. Real hardwood floors with satin finish reflect a wonderful glow. This unit has storage space & comes with a new washer & dryer! Looking for outdoor space? Look no further. This unit boasts a lush private garden. Plus the building has a fantastic roof deck with panoramic views of Manhattan. Need to get around town? Walk one block over to the G train at Greenpoint Avenue Station and in less than 5 minutes connect with almost any subway line in the city. For shopping, the Manhattan Ave shopping district offers a variety of supermarkets, hip cafes, Eateries galore, Thai Cafe, Yummy Taco, Happy End, Divine Follie, Green Farms Market, Brooklyn Label and La Taverna. If you want to unwind, Transmitter Park is a short walk away along the Brooklyn waterfront.
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Runs from Metropolitan Avenue on the south, to the BQE on the east, to Newton Creek & Long Island City at the Pulaski Bridge on the north and to the East River on the west.
Once called the “garden spot of Brooklyn,” Greenpoint is the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn, and this hangout has it all: Condos, condos and more condos for sale and for rent, including endless new condo developments that offer lofts and a large number of bedrooms at different levels of luxury. Rentals in Greenpoint, some in apartments and many in wood-frame houses, are less expensive than in neighboring Williamsburg.